I have a drawing view (separate dgn file) - added some extra reference files ( dynamic)a few edit's are made to the compaction saved view in the design filenow I want to make a sheet from this DV
If I reference the DV (dgn-file) to the sheet, it looks like the DV got cached and doesn't have the same visible edges as in the dynamic view
if I change presentation setting in de DV (picture left) to cached, the view looks like the sheet (right)
the dashed lines (sheet) are from a back ( clip volume settings) viewin the sheet, I have NO control about the levels for this view (in none of the synchronize settings)I've tried to change the synchronize settings, but no result
haw to see the exact view from the DV in my seed
also tried to make a saved view in the DV-file, but the same scenario happens, the view changed to cached in the sheet
why is the dynamic and the cashed view different in the DV-file - "dynamic " is what the companion saved view in the design defines, the cached is an previous version of the saved viewis there somewhere a hidden cash for created DV what brings this trouble: haw to safe-edit de saved view in the design file. (clear cash)
Depending on the version you are using, you can use the following tools to sync/reload the cached view in the DV:
What you see in the cached view is what you would get in the sheet and in the print. You can check your symbology settings from the Part and Family editor. The Cached View should show you the graphics that are set in the F&P settings. Having said that, it is helpful to check the level overrides, if you are using any. Because, that might take control of the view and show according to the override for the level where a particular cut and/or Front & Rear view of a Part is placed in the DV.
No result - not a solution,
I've made a new sheet, and fresh attached the DV, the wrong view settings are used,
even in the DV, when choosing cached, the view is redrawn, but shows the wrong levels, after cached, choosing the dynamics again, the view is updated and wright. haw does this work?
From what I understood, if there had been any changes in the design file (where the DV has been extracted from) after the DV is cached, the changes will not be visible in the Cached view. Keeping in mind that the Sheet and the Print will always show the Cached view, it is always a good idea to keep the DV in Cached mode. Now, after changes are done, in the References window, you should be able to see that the Cached view is out of date and you need to update that reference (by clicking the small pencil icon). Once updated, you will be able to see the changes that you make.